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Cancer epidemiology in South Asia - past, present and future.
Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan, with their total population of more than 1,500 million, make up the subcontinent of South Asia. Despite massive diversity across the region,Expand
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Population-based survival from cancers of breast, cervix and ovary in women in Mumbai, India.
BACKGROUND Breast, cervix and ovarian cancers contribute more than 45% of the total in women in Mumbai and survival proportions for these neoplasms are very high in most developed populations in theExpand
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Epidemiological review of gastric cancer in India
Stomach cancer is the one of the leading cause of cancer in southern region of India. Its incidence is decreasing worldwide yet on global scale stomach cancer remains one of the most common causes ofExpand
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Trends in cancer incidence in female breast, cervix uteri, corpus uteri, and ovary in India.
  • B. Yeole
  • Medicine
  • Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention…
  • 2008
Trends in breast, cervix uteri, corpus uteri and ovarian cancers in six population based cancer registries (Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Bhopal, and Barshi) were evaluated over a period of theExpand
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Population-based survival from colorectal cancer in Mumbai, (Bombay) India.
Survival estimates of patients registered by population-based cancer registries reflect the average prognosis from a given cancer as they are based on unselected patients with a wide range of naturalExpand
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Population-based survival from cancers having a poor prognosis in Mumbai (Bombay), India.
  • B. Yeole, A. Kumar
  • Medicine
  • Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention…
  • 1 April 2004
BACKGROUND Oesophagus, stomach, pancreas and lung cancers contribute more than 35% of the total cancer incidence in Mumbai and survival rates for these cancers are very poor in most populations inExpand
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Social inequalities in cancer with special reference to South Asian countries.
There are major differences in cancer burden across socioeconomic classes, as is evident from the data for cancer incidence and mortality from Greater Mumbai, India. Changes over time are alsoExpand
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Changing trends of chronic myeloid leukemia in greater Mumbai, India over a period of 30 years
Background: Little is known about burden of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) in India. There is a recent interest to observe incidence and mortality because of advent of new diagnostic and treatmentExpand
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Oral cancers in Mumbai, India: a fifteen years perspective with respect to incidence trend and cumulative risk.
OBJECTIVE We estimated the time trends in the incidence and the risk of developing an oral cancer in Mumbai, Indian population using the data collected by the Bombay Population Based Cancer RegistryExpand
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Trends in the brain cancer incidence in India.
  • B. Yeole
  • Medicine
  • Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention…
  • 1 April 2008
Trends in cancers of the central nervous system in both sexes in five Indian population based cancer registries (Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi & Bhopal) were evaluated over a period of the lastExpand
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